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June 2010

Reports reaching Sierra Express Media indicate that some police officers attached to the Kissy Police Station have allegedly aided the escape of two armed robbers from police cell. According to sources, the two suspects, Alhassan and

The first book of the Holy Bible is Genesis; in it we have the story of  creation followed by God putting the first man Adam and the first woman Eve in the Garden of Eden

Since the subject of Pensions for former Presidents, Vice Presidents and Ministers came up I had been waiting anxiously for my monthly pension. I was aware that it would not be much but the expected

I cannot agree more with the concerns of Richard Bockarie; Sierra Express Media contributor, about some people in Sierra Leone leaving one political party for another simply for convenience or for personal benefits. However, I

The Embassy of Sierra Leone in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was opened in the late 70's of the last century. Since its inauguration, a number of great personalities have been privileged to serve in

Leading iron ore mining company in the country, African Minerals Limited -Sierra Leone, has donated a total of Le 6 million to sixteen schools in the three operational areas in the Tonkolili District, North of

It should be brought to the notice of the public that the press release issued  out yesterday 21st June 2010 by the Office of the President about a press report sent out by the Press

The Deputy Minister of Health and Sanitation, Mohamed Daudis Koroma (in photo) has ordered the police at Adonkia in Goderich not to allow bail to four suspects arrested past Sunday with over 150 cartons of

It was very shocking yesterday afternoon when news went round that there had been an increase in the price of fuel from Le15,000 to Le16,500 per gallon. Consequently, transport fares for commercial vehicles immediately shot

The Saudi Arabian authorities are working relentlessly on the construction of a Metro project to transport over 70,000 pilgrims in an hour between the holy sites of Makkah, Mina, Arafat and Muzdalifa during the peak

One of the most entertainment-devoted radio stations in Sierra Leone, Free Radio 95.7 FM, has put aside Le640,000 (about US$150) for their World Cup 2010 promotion.  (Photo:Owner of Free Radio MR B) The promotion requires listeners

Most experts agreed human activity was affecting the climate system. Some 98% of climate scientists that publish research on the subject support the view that human activities are warming the planet, a study suggests. It added

A Nigerian lawmaker has broken his arm in a scuffle in the National Assembly.  (Photo: Solomon Ahwinahwi is being treated in hospital) Solomon Ahwinahwi is part of a group of Representatives trying to force the Speaker

Michael Jackson's estate has made more than $1bn (£677m) since his death a year ago, according to estimates by trade paper Billboard.  (Photo: Jackson was due to play 50 dates at London's 02 ) The magazine